Chamber learns about health information technology

DANVILLE – “You are so lucky to live in the SusquehannaValley.  You really are.  I’ve been all over, and this place really seems to have it right.  You should be proud,” said Theresa Younkin, manager of Keystone Beacon Community Engagement.  She spoke to the Greater Susquehanna Valley Chamber of Commerce about the importance of making health information available when and where it is needed.

Younkin said, “Health information technology is something that is very very important to the nation at large.  It is a bipartisan issue.”

She presented the many innovative ways the Keystone Beacon Community is helping people and healthcare providers network. Their tools include MyKeyCare, health reminders and trusted medical information.

The Greater Susquehanna Valley Chamber of Commerce had their first meeting of the year at the Pine Barn Inn, Danville on Thursday.  Other presenters included Icon Legacy Custom Modular Homes and Lenape Solar.  (Codi Jade)

 

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